The parade was supposed to start at 9 a.m., nevertheless it’s been canceled as a consequence of climate.
HOUSTON — With simply minutes to go till the beginning of the H-E-B Thanksgiving Day Parade in downtown Houston, the occasion was canceled. KHOU 11’s Mia Gradney broke the information to the gang and on T.V. earlier. You can see that video within the window above.
9:45 a.m.: Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner spoke in regards to the cancellation
9:20 a.m.: Dr. Peter Hotez reacts to cancellation
8:50 a.m.: Parade canceled as a consequence of climate
From Susan Christian with the City of Houston: “While we’re disillusioned that we’re unable to start with the H-E-B Thanksgiving Day Parade, we are going to all the time err on the aspect of warning with a view to be sure that our parade individuals and patrons are protected.”
8:05 a.m.: Mayor Turner says the parade will go on
7:45 a.m.: Parade remains to be a go
Michelle Choi spoke with Susan Christian with town of Houston, who says as of now, the parade remains to be on.
KHOU 11 is on the air dwell with pre-parade coverage
Anticipating a high-flying efficiency
Cirque du Soleil is scheduled to kick off the parade, climate allowing. Reporter Ugochi Iloka has a preview.
Dr. Peter Hotez serves as grand marhsal of this year’s parade
The theme of this year’s parade is ‘The Heroes Among Us’ and one of many largest names in preventing the COVID pandemic is Dr. Peter Hotez.